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District Announcements
PCSD Parent Survey, 2014-2015
The Pontotoc City School District believes that LEARNING is a priority, a need, and a desire.  To be successful, we must nurture a learning community that allows everyone to participate in trusting, respectful relationships.  Together, we are committed to Reaching Higher Levels of Learning.  

We are asking parents to complete this survey.  This information will be used to plan and implement activities to improve our schools.  It is very important that you give us your ideas, perceptions, and concerns so that we can make the decisions necessary to ensure that all our children achieve at the highest level – enabling us to Reach Higher Levels of Learning. Thank you. 

CLICK HERE TO TAKE SURVEY


Pontotoc City School District
2013-2014 Calendar REVISED
The calendar for school year 2013-2014 has been revised by the Board of Education to account for missed school days due to inclement weather.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD CALENDAR
Pontotoc City Schools Endowment for Excellence
 Congratulations to the teachers who were awarded mini grants by the Pontotoc City Schools Endowment for Excellence in Education for the 2013-2014 school year! The Endowment funded a total of $6285 for teachers to purchase supplemental materials. Click here for list of teachers.
District Report Card
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires school districts and schools to provide a report card on their performance.  Each report card includes State Accountability Information, Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Information, Teacher Quality Information, and Student Achievement Data.  PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE DISTRICT REPORT.
Children First Annual Report
The Children First Act of 2009 requires local school districts to publish an annual report.  This report, according to the CFA, is to be printed in the newspaper, listed on the district website, and made available at school locations in hard copy form.  The Mississippi Department of Education, with supplemental information from individual school disticts, will be the primary source of this data.  The report will provide information to look at the district as a whole. CLICK HERE TO VIEW FULL REPORT.
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